Jil Birnbaum, Paralegal
Jil is currently in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution department in the London office.
Her responsibilities include assisting the team on both contentious and non-contentions matters involving individuals, artists and their estates, galleries and cultural institutions.
Prior to working at the firm, Jil built in-house arts sector legal experience with auction houses Christie’s and Phillips. Jil is fluent in German and English.
A lost masterpiece in your attic or garden?
Immersive art, immersed in copyright disputes?
Digital Efforts towards Cultural Repatriation
Less red tape, more wine
From Print to Web: The Catalogue Raisonné
A Monumental Change in trying Vandalism?
The art of alternative investment scams
Tim and Jil look at the risks of investing in art
Tim Maxwell and Jil Birnbaum write for ThoughtLeaders4 Fire Magazine on alternative investments scams
Art is increasingly being offered as a potential alternative investment, but what pitfalls does this present?
Brexit Deal: Impact on the UK Art and Luxury Market
After four years of negotiations, on 30 December 2020 Parliament approved the long-awaited Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
The Charles Russell Speechlys Art & Luxury team’s pro bono work on behalf of the Vision Foundation reported in The Times, Jewish Chronicle, Jewish News and Algemeiner
That's all Folkes
World-leading UK Ivory Ban upheld by the Court of Appeal
Germany's €50 Billion Aid Package - The Arts' Reservoir of Hope
Street artists spray paint legal victory across walls
The US Court upheld judgement against a developer confirming that his destruction of graffiti murals violated the Visual Artists Rights Act.